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Baird Campbell , November 19th, 2020
Tomorrow, November 20th, the world will commemorate Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to collectively mourn and remember those who have died as a result of transphobia. Started…
standplaatswereld , November 12th, 2020
In this episode, Puck de Boer talks with Aleeha Ali, who studied sociology in Pakistan, did a research master’s in anthropology in the UK and is currently a…
Chiara Alfieri , October 15th, 2020
This post was co-authored by members of CoMeSCov program who contributed to the development of research questions, data collection tools and data analysis: Firmin Kra, Francesca Mininel, Fleur…
Emilie Thévenoz , September 18th, 2020
The global pandemic has brought death uncomfortably near for many of us. The way our governments, economists, scientists, and fellow citizens have reacted and tried to govern over…
Michelle Munyikwa , August 31st, 2020
I opened my twitter on June 15, to read a non-Black person describe the murder of Oluwatoyin “Toyin” Salau as an “act of god.” They quote retweeted a…
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Emma Louise Backe , November 15th, 2019
The lasting impact of Avengers: Endgame on our understandings of heroism, masculinity, and mental health. By Emma Louise Backe An hour before I walked in to see Avengers: Endgame,…
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Rachael Lewis , February 22nd, 2018
Equality. A term flaunted in many public circles, political campaigns, and social justice movements. In these instances, “equality” refers to fairness and justice in life; the act of…
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Colleen Carroll , February 8th, 2018
In my observation of society there has always been an obsession with death. Death is everywhere in pop culture from blazing articles on tabloid pages at the supermarket…